How to Send Your Brother to Kindergarten, by by Jen E. Lis, is a clever, enjoyable, and valuable starting-school book for siblings.
In this episode, I talk with the one and only John Schu about his debut picture book, This Is a School—a moving celebration of school and all it may signify.
Roosevelt doesn’t mean to be a “bad” kid. Perfect for second- to third-grade-level readers, Roosevelt Banks is funny, relatable, and engaging.
In this episode, I talk with Bianca Schulze about her latest picture book, Just Be Yourself, Dragon, the third book in a delightfully fun series.
Perfect for children starting school or learning how to conquer their fears, JUST BE YOURSELF, DRAGON is a sweet and catchy interactive story that will delight young readers.
Laura Purdie Salas is an award-winning author of more than 125 books for children, including CLOVER GOES TO KITTYGARTEN.
A whimsical tail full of witty puns that readers will surely love, this mermaid book is perfect for ocean-obsessed kids. There’s relatable school drama, grumpy pet fish, and a spine-tingling adventure. What more could a kid ask for?
Koobville: Book Monsters Library Day would be a fantastic addition to any classroom and/or school library.
Chris Van Dusen won the E.B. White Read-Aloud Award for If I Built a House. In addition to his own books, Chris has illustrated Kate DiCamillo’s Mercy Watson and Tales from Deckawoo Drive chapter book series.
At its core, Up for Air is a story about where we find our self-worth. Author Laurie Morrison discusses her reading ad writing life.